The Coca-Cola Case

The Coca-Cola Case

Columbia is the trade union murder capital of the world. Since 2002, more than 470 workers’ leaders have been brutally killed, usually by paramilitaries hired by private companies intent on crushing the unions. Among these unscrupulous corporate brands is the poster boy for American business: Coca-Cola.

These unpunished crimes spur U.S. activists David Kovalik, Terry Collingsworth and Ray Rogers into an ambitious crusade against the soft drink giant. A searing indictment of a major corporate brand, The Coca-Cola Case takes us on a riveting legal game of cat and mouse via the U.S. federal court and the Stop Killer Coke! campaign.

After five years of struggle, will Coca-Cola yield in the end? And on the verge of a settlement, what will the victims choose − cash, or power and integrity?

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  • research
    German Gutierrez
  • script
    Carmen Garcia
  • field director
    German Gutierrez
    Carmen Garcia
  • director of photography
    German Gutierrez
  • sound recording
    German Gutierrez
  • picture editing
    Elric Robichon
  • original music score
    Olivier Alary
  • sound design
    François Senneville
  • sound mix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • archives research
    Nancy Marcotte
  • music recording
    David Bryant
  • producer
    Carmen Garcia
    Yves Bisaillon
    Johanne Bergeron
  • executive producer
    Carmen Garcia
    Yves Bisaillon